Phil Lesh and Friends Live at Warfield Theater on 1999-04-17
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- Live concert
- Phil Lesh and Friends
Set 2: Terrapin Station > Down With Disease > Dark Star > Friend of the Devil, Casey Jones, Morning Dew, Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad > And We Bid You Goodnight
Encore: Box Of Rain
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|It's Up To You->|
|My Favorite Things|
|Mississippi 1/2 Step|
|Down With Disease->|
|Friend of the Devil|
|Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad->|
|And We Bid You Goodnight|
|Organ Donor Rap|
|Box of Rain|
|The Other One|
|China Cat Sunflower->|
|I Know You Rider|
|Like a Rolling Stone|
Patched soundboard by by Syd Schwartz ("e-jade" source) using the FOB/DFC:ortf bar; Schoeps mk4 (clamped to drinkrail) aud source taped by R. Clay
Source info, discs 1 & 2: SBD->DAT->CD (via standalone burner)->EAC (tested for accuracy 4 times on 3 seperate computers)->SHN
Source info, disc 3: Track 1 (Phil's organ donor rap) patched from FOB/DFC:ortf bar; Schoeps mk4> kc5-actives> cmc6> ad1000 (clamped to drinkrail), taper R. Clay; CD mastering McCloskey, SonyR500> AES/EBU monster cable> ZA2> SoundForge/CDArchitect> Plextor8x20->EAC->CD->EAC (tested for accuracy 4 times on 3 seperate computers)->SHN. Track 2 (Box of Rain) begins from DSBD source as on discs 1 & 2, but is then patched with same FOB DAUD beginning at 3:13 through the end of the show as this was missing from the DSBD. Tracks 3-7 are all SBD->DAT->CD (via standalone burner)->EAC (tested for accuracy 4 times on 3 seperate computers)->SHN.
Trey Anastasio (Phish): Guitars, Vocals
Page McConnell (Phish): Grand Piano & organ, Vocals
John Molo (Other Ones): Drums
Phil Lesh (Grateful Dead, Other Ones): Lead Bass, Vocals
Steve Kimock (Zero, SK&F, KVHW, Other Ones): Guitars
Special Guest: Donna Jean Godchaux: vocals
- 2005-01-25 11:19:04
- San Francisco, CA
- Warfield Theater
Subject: This Show Is Featured on BackPorch Radio's Jukebox Playlist v1n47 - 12/15/21
This show is featured in the "Sunday Boots" section of BackPorch Radio’s Jukebox Playlist (V1 N47) video playlist/review.
The link here is provided in it's video description.
Here is the link to the YouTube video review:
BTW, it's gotta be a good show to make Sunday Boots :)
Subject: Absolutely beautiful - Best recording right here
If you think of PLF as a Grateful Dead cover band, then yes, I agree with you that about 90% of the time it is, and it's much better to just listen to actual Dead concerts from 1972 or 1977.
But this concert stands on its own two legs as a wonderful work of music and art. The different songs and jams meld into one complete and fully soul-satisfying river of song. This concert is a wonderful experience.
Find the best-sounding copy of this, to your own ears, and keep it close. Five stars.
Subject: In Fact, Turn Donna up!!
Subject: RE: Where are the Last Tracks From ?
Subject: Where are the Last Tracks From ?
Subject: This might be the pick of the litter...
Milestones was such a brilliant addition to the song lineup. This is one of the best shows I have heard Phil play anywhere. They just crush it here.... Listen to the horns in the end...
Bob sounds really wierd in the first part of China Cat and I like Phil singing Jer's lines and then the whole ensemble in harmony is hot.
Subject: The Essence of Be-bop
Subject: Great Shows, All Star Cast
Keyboard work on friend of the devil is incredible, other great songs from this night are:
its up to you, days between, and favorite things. I found this group of recordings when the Grateful Dead Hour played My Favorite Things from this set. I just had to go right out and find the rest of the show.
Featuring an all star cast of Phil, Trey Anastasio (Phish), Page McConnel (Phish), John Molo, and Steve Kimock.
These shows belong in your collection. There are lot's of other good '99 Phil and Friends shows.
Subject: Monster show!
Subject: fantastic phil and friends show
I stood in line at the local ticket outlet all night for these shows, third person up, and the pimply kid at the register messed up the computer. By the time he fixed it (three minutes?), they were all sold out. I missed something special, thank god I can relive it through this recording.
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